Opportunities in Canadian Oil & Gas

Venue: Doubletree Allen Center

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2002 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2002
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Security of gas supply for North American markets has become an increasing focus of attention and concern. Canada, with its continuing discoveries, is playing a growing role as supplier.

Attend CBI’s Canadian Oil & Gas conference, September 19-20, 2002. Learn where the markets are now, what the opportunities are in Frontier exploration and development, and what pipelines must be built to deliver the gas to market.

Gaétan Caron, Chief Operating Officer, National Energy Board
“Understand Canadian Regulatory Issues to Support Project Development”

Benefit from the First-hand Experience of 5 Case Studies:
Conoco -- Lessons in cross-border business from the recent acquisition of Gulf Canada
Dominion Exploration -- Works with First Nation communities to reach its E&P goals
Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline – Bringing Eastern Canada offshore gas to market
Purcell Energy Ltd – Development experience in the Northwest Territories
Westcoast Energy/Duke Energy -- First cross border marriage of major players
Gain Insights from 19 Industry Leaders: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Conoco Gas and Power Marketing, Dominion Exploration Canada, Duke Energy Gas Transmission Corp., EnCanaStreet Indian Oil & Gas Canada, Purcell Energy, TransCanada Pipelines, Union Gas Limited, Westcoast Energy, Bennett Jones, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Energy Reporting Network, ICF Consulting, J.P. Morgan Securities, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, Navigant Consulting, Ltd., and Scotia Capital

Learn about:

North American gas balances – Canada’s role in meeting the requirements of a 30 Tcf market

Canada’s hot frontier supply areas – WCSB, Oil Sands, Maritimes, and Northwest Territories

The role of coalbed methane over the next 10 years

The impact of regulations and taxation on financing – Liquids royalty regime, tax regime and rate of return regulation on pipelines

Pipeline and storage requirements over the next decade

Beyond Canada – An update on political, regulatory and commercial efforts to commercialize Alaska gas

PLUS – Choose from 2 Pre-Conference Workshops
A- Manage First Nation Land Rights and Environmental Processes to Assure Successful Project Development

B- Financing Canadian Oil & Gas -- E&P, Pipelines and M&A


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